Science Adventure Fans English Subtitle Every Chaos;Head Visual Novel Opening

Science Adventure fan team Committee of Zero has uploaded English subtitled openings for the first entry in the series, Chaos;Head, and its definitive version, Chaos;Head Noah.

For those unaware, older Science Adventure titles sometimes had unique opening sequences and songs for the multiple platforms they would release on.

Firstly is “Find the Blue,” the opening for the game’s original PC version. Credit for work on this video is listed below:

  • Translation: ItsRigs
  • TLC: ChrisGLink
  • Editing: Kumin
  • Subtitling: Zahj

Find the Blue

Secondly is “Fake Me,” the Xbox 360 opening of Chaos;Head Noah. Credit for work on this video mirrors “Find the Blue.”

Fake Me

Thirdly is “Fetishism Ark,” the PSP opening of Chaos;Head Noah. Credit for work on this video is listed below:

  • Translation: Enorovan
  • TLC: ItsRigs
  • Editing: Kumin
  • Subtitling: Zahj

Fetishism Ark

Next up is my personal favorite opening, “Chaos Logic,” for the PlayStation 3 version of Chaos;Head Noah. Credit for work on this video mirrors “Fetishism Ark.”

Chaos Logic

Lastly is a relatively obscure one, “The Necklace of Vajrayana.” This is an insert song sung by Yui Sakakibara, unlike the previous tracks which have been sung by Kanako Itou. The video containing this song plays when lingering on the main menu screen of Chaos;Head Noah. Credit for work on this video is listed below:

  • Translation: ItsRigs
  • TLC: ChrisGLink
  • Editing: Kumin
  • Subtitling: Zahj

The Necklace of Vajrayana

Chaos;Head Noah / Chaos;Child Double Pack is now available on Nintendo Switch and GOG. Further, Chaos;Head Noah is now available on Steam and GOG.

Chaos:Head Noah can be seen as the director’s cut version of the original Chaos;Head which was a PC-only release in Japan. It expanded upon the story by adding routes for each of the heroines.

Chaos;Child is a visual novel taking place 6 years after Chaos;Head Noah, focusing on a new group of protagonists. This title did receive an official English localization from publisher PQube on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and by publisher Spike Chunsoft on PC via Steam and GOG.


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